Here’s a quick look at the new Model A Subwoofer, introduced today by Bryston.

We’d like to see it uncovered, but what we do know is that this is Bryston’s first subwoofer that does not use 8-inch drivers. The Model A is powered by two opposing long-throw 10-inch woofers, which means your neighbors will simply hate you.

The opposing drivers allow the Mode A to remain in a compact cabinet, so it looks to deliver a huge punch without a huge footprint.

It also features a 400-watt internal amplifier.

“Bryston had a very specific goal in mind with the conception of the Model A subwoofer,” said James Tanner, Vice President of Sales for Bryston, in a statement. “Our Model T subwoofers are a taller column form factor, and our dealers felt that they needed a high-performance, smaller, discreet subwoofer solution to accommodate some room designs. The Model A subwoofer delivers superlative performance from a compact enclosure,” Tanner added.

The Model A is $2,000, and it’s available now to add some thunder to your home theater or musical man cave/she cave.

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John Guilfoil is the editor-in-chief of Blast: Boston's Online Magazine and the Blast Magazine Network. He can be reached at [email protected]. Tweet @johnguilfoil.

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